Fujifilm_15435626_FP_100C_Professional_Instant_Color_1245102947000_18595Film enthusiasts, another one has bitten the dust.

Fujifilm is discontinuing production of its FP-100C Color Instant Film, a peel-apart film frequently used in Polaroid cameras. It was the last peel-apart film on the market.

“While this was a difficult decision, it was necessary in order to remain sustainable in today’s market,” the company said in a statement. “Going forward, the supply of FP-100C will be available until the inventory is exhausted.”

Fuji has been steadily paring back its film offerings (and raising prices), even as it experiences strong demand for its instant film products.



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